Chronic exposure to RFR causes adaptive stress in the cells, and induces other effects in the body. Our systems are amazingly adept at transmuting and re-balancing themselves, but this comes at a price. Part of the price is a loss of vitality as resources are used dealing with chronic oxidative stress, instead of supporting normal immune function.

Electrosmog and autoimmune disease.

This study explores mechanisms for RFR damage to the immune system. Proteins are continually in motion, responsive to electromagnetic waves : How Electrosmog interacts with human metabolism : Electromagnetic waves in Electrosmog exert sufficient force to affect biological function

Viral replication from oxidative stressVariable oligomerization modes in coronavirus non-structural protein 9.

J Mol Biol. 2008 Nov. Ponnusamy R, Moll R, Weimar T, Mesters JR, Hilgenfeld R. 
Downstream effects of VGCC activation exacerbate viral replication. Accordingly, the replication of the viral RNA is stimulated by oxidative stress: 
Role of VGCC activation in stimulating coronavirus infectionPorcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV) modulates calcium influx to favor viral replication.

Virology. 2020 Jan. Bai D, et al. 
Other aspects of viral replication including those involved in the spread of viruses are stimulated by increased intracellular calcium [Ca2+]i, oxidative stress, NF-kappaB elevation, inflammation and apoptosis, each of which are increased following EMF exposure.   
Pneumonia is greatly exacerbated by EMF effectsZheng et al.  2016  Preadmission Use of Calcium Channel Blockers and Outcomes After Hospitalization With Pneumonia: A Retrospective Propensity-Matched Cohort Study.

Am J Ther. 2017
Pneumonia is greatly exacerbated by each of those five downstream effects of VGCC activation, excessive intracellular calcium, oxidative stress, NF-kappaB elevation, inflammation and apoptosis.  The citation listed shows that calcium channel blockers, the same type of drugs that block EMF effects, are useful in the treatment of pneumonia.  This predicts that EMFs, acting via VGCC activation, will produce increasingly severe pneumonia and therefore 5G radiation as well as other types of EMFs may well increase pneumonia deaths. 

Above studies courtesy Dr Martin Pall.


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